This article accompanies the fable
Feast of the Nymph Calypso for Odysseus by Jan Brueghel the Elder (with Hendrick de Clerck) ca. 1616. It has also been translated as A Fantastic Cave Landscape with Odysseus & Calypso. The real question is: What is he doing with his hand? Why would he leave?
In 1883 Swiss Symbolist painter Arnold Böcklin rendered his version, where things are not going so well:
In Herbert James Draper's Calypso's Isle (1897), this would appear to be from Odysseus' point of view. Happier times...